Embedded

Embedding Python in Your C Programs

C, meet Python. Python, this is C. With surprisingly little effort, the Python interpreter can be integrated into your program to add features quickly that could take months if written entirely in C. more>>

An Introduction to Embedded Linux Development, Part 4

The final article in this series describes using the Background Debug Mode provided in Motorola processors. more>>

An Introduction to Embedded Linux Development, Part 3

Part 3 explores different scenarios for updating and/or replacing the root filesystem, the kernel image or even the bootloader on our embedded development system. more>>

An Introduction to Embedded Linux Development, Part 2

Part 2 in a series on embedded development explains how to establish serial communication between an LBox and a workstation, compile tool chains and write and run a simple program. more>>

An Introduction to Embedded Linux Development, Part 1

Part 1 in a series on embedded development explains the purpose of the project and outlines hardware options more>>

uClinux as an Embedded OS on a DSP

Why the combination of a DSP and uClinux works especially well for the embedded Linux gadgets turning up everywhere in the consumer electronics market. more>>

Porting RTOS Device Drivers to Embedded Linux

Transform your wild-and-woolly legacy RTOS code into well-formed Linux device drivers. more>>

uClinux for Linux Programmers

Adapt your software to run on processors without memory management—it's easier than you think. more>>

Shielded CPUs: Real-Time Performance in Standard Linux

Reserve one processor for a high-priority task and improve real-time performance. more>>

Linux Kernel 2.6: the Future of Embedded Computing, Part II

More on how the 2.6 kernel makes for better embedded devices. more>>

Linux Kernel 2.6: the Future of Embedded Computing, Part I

With the release of the 2.6 kernel, Linux's position in the embedded world has been cemented. more>>
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